Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree's Woe and the Blight Below Review
The slime army awaits, wide-eyed and smiling as worlds collide in this inspired Dragon Quest spin-off.
It started in perhaps the most simple way possible, a few colored pixels, than a few more, and then a few more. Eventually a world was created. It wasn’t the largest world ever created, nor was it terribly rich in... Read Full Review5 of 5 users found the following review helpful
When someone talks about the dragon quest series I expect something great, at least this is what I was used to from earlier releases, but this release disappointed me, the story line was childish uninteresting and fairl... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
I love JRPGS just as much as everyone else, however I do usually make it a requirement that there be some type of differences in the gameplay, and right away that is clearly not the case. Dragon Quest dos a good job fo... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
Definitely designed for young children. A theme I see a lot with Japanese born titles. Though not a terrible thing, many parents would rather their kids be playing something like this than Grand Theft Auto or darker adul... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
Welcome home. Those are the words the president of Sony Computer Entertainment Asia addressed to Yuji Horii when unveiling Dragon Quest Heroes. There had indeed been nearly 10 years without a Dragon Quest title on a Pla... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
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